Environmental Committee

The Environmental Committee seeks to protect and ensure the investment and resale value of residents’ property by encouraging homeowners to maintain, upgrade and beautify their property. The committee informs residents of zoning ordinances and city code regulations and also monitors the ownership and status of vacant homes and properties in Grandmont. The Committee along with the GCA Board represents residents at Board of Zoning appeals hearings, when particular zoning enforcement and variances are of an issue to Grandmont. Grandmont is zoned R1, Single Family Residential. They also act as a liaison for the community for city and public services such as lighting, tree trimming, garbage and bulk pick-up, street maintenance, and housing compliance.

Contact Us: Harrison Duke III (313) 837-4913


Revised Rules For Outdoor Grilling

The City of Detroit changed ordinances covering barbecue grills in 2017, aiming to prevent accidental fires when grills tip over or flames lick too close to homes. Remember that it is now illegal to barbecue in front of your house. All grills must be set up either on the side or rear of your house. Also, it is illegal to grill under a roof or covered area, and grills must be set up at least 10 feet from a property line. Violations can lead to warnings or fines. If you or a neighbor suffer fire damage as a result of a code violation, your insurance policy may not cover your loss




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